I’m thrilled to announce I landed some music/sound design in this trailer for Alien: Covenant. I’ve always loved the movies, & remember secretly recording Aliens on VHS aged 8, then scaring the shit out of myself & my buddies. It’s an honour to be even a small part of this series. Thanks to Pusher for the hook-up!
Scrap Yard – industrial recording
I really enjoyed visiting a scrapyard to record some big industrial smash sounds. Heavy drums? How about 1.5 Tonnes smashing down on cars & industrial bins? Quite weighty.
Hear the results on my E.P. “Where’s The Humanity“, “Built From Memories” and “In Dreams”
Thanks to Will & Smash for letting it happen 🙂
Automated Acoustics music in a Sprite Advert
I’m very pleased to announce I recently made some custom music for this Sprite advert.
This was a cut-to-picture edit of my tune “Step It Down” for Sprite, the full version of which will be released next year.
The full mix has a lovely warm wobbly analogue bassline from the classic synth Roland JX-3p.
One Sweet Day Remixes
I’ve got a new mini-release out, the first for a while. I’d love it if you had a listen.
Featuring an incredible female vocalist & wonky electronica. There are a bunch of different remixes of the track One Sweet Day:
You can also hear it on the new BBC Drama series “The Driver” – a gritty crime thriller written by Danny Brocklehurst, & airing tonight (23/09/2014) on BBC 1.
See the video for the Original Mix here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XXzBDjJoQ0&list=UUc4Ehly7DhNCYvRjifLOfEw
Electronic Music Pioneer Raymond Scott’s birth-week – Cyclic Bits remix album
It’s the birth-week of legendary innovator in electronic music, the pioneer Raymond Scott, His birth-week 106 years ago anyway…
So it seems a good time to mention the first Raymond Scott remix album was commissioned by Ergo Phizmiz back in 2009 for Chinstrap music Cyclic Bits:The Raymond Scott Variations
It’s 16 of Raymond’s best Bits remixed by 16 experimental artists. Listen to the Automated Acoustics remix of “Lullaby”.
From the album’s website:
“Cyclic Bits” is the first remix album of the music of remarkable composer and inventor Raymond Scott.
This album is a series of reinventions of the work of a true musical maverick, remixed by a host of today’s most inventive musical mavericks. The diversity of the release reflects the profound influence Scott’s work has had on composers working across the board of styles and approaches.
Originally created as a special for Ergo Phizmiz’s Phuj Phactory on WFMU, a projected release never happened.
This, at last, is it.
Although this work is FMA licensed, please contact the individual artists regarding any usage permissions.
More Chinstrap releases at http://chinstrapmusic.blogspot.com
More Raymond Scott at http://www.raymondscott.com
Tracky Birthday http://www.trackybirthday.com
Bebe del Banco / Satanicpornocultshop http://www.nunulaxnulan.biz
4,000,000 Telephones http://www.4000000telephones.com
Listen With Sarah http://www.listenwithsarah.org
David Fenech http://demosaurus.free.fr
Fireworks Ensemble http://www.fireworksensemble.org
Ego Plum http://www.ebolamusic.com
Vernon Lenoir http://www.vernonlenoir.com
Automated Acoustics http://www.myspace.com/automatedacoustics
Felix Kubin http://www.felixkubin.com
Curator: Ergo Phizmiz http://www.ergophizmiz.net
Big, big thanks to all the contributing artists.”
Go & grab it, & please share the link. It’s a free download album in colaboration with the Raymond Scott Foundation. Raymond is, & always will be the man!
Back from the ether
Hello, thanks for checking in.
After a bit of a gap, I’m excited about starting to release some tracks again. They’ll be coming out on Alternative Blueprint Records
I’ve been producing various stuff, but didn’t have the time or headspace to release anything for a while. Life got crazy, & my Audio Mastering work took over..
Coming up is a stripped back, direct sound…. Live cello & violin. Analogue acid squelch. Piano. Glistening pads. Organ. Heavy bass. Gossamer touch. Cinematic landscapes. Gruff vocals to the moon.
A couple of new tracks here
You can check out my previous releases here